We love how Paper Source Fan Lisa Y. used a monochromatic color palette and rubber stamps to accent her Eagle Castle Winery wedding in Paso Robles, California.

diy place cardsPhotograph courtesy of Inktree Photography

I worked with TwoYellowShoes to design a custom template since I wanted the grapevines to go with our winery wedding.

To complete her DIY place cards, Lisa adhered each printed card to a Plum Place Card using Double-Sided Tape. She used Clear Embossing Powder, the purple from her Petal Point Color Box Inkpad and Menu Set Rubber Stamp images to heat emboss each place card (the carrot indicated vegetarian, the cow was for short ribs, and the fish signified the Monkfish entrée).

diy menu cardsPhotograph courtesy of Inktree Photography

I had my Luxe Cream paper professionally cut to the size you see here. I just had Kinko’s cut the 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet into thirds.

Lisa used the same embossing power and ink color for the stamped images on her DIY menu cards. Using the Mini Hole Punch, Grape Eyelets, she attached her printed menus to Plum #10 Backings.

–Lisa Yacoubian, Studio City PS customer
PS colors: pool & poppy
Latest fave: Minera Owl Mitt (The lime green matches my dinnerware!)


2 Responses

  1. Lisa Yacoubian says:

    I had to use the #10 Note Cards since the #10 Backings does not come in Plum, but both work wonderfully!

  2. where did you get the Menu stamp?

    so cute!